The Sowti Squad (The CIAs Oregon OConnor) Ray Kane

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Published: November 17th 2010

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371 pages


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The Sowti Squad (The CIAs Oregon OConnor)  by  Ray Kane

The Sowti Squad (The CIAs Oregon OConnor) by Ray Kane
November 17th 2010 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 371 pages | ISBN: | 10.31 Mb

It’s 1964 and Che Guevara is fomenting rebellion in the Congo. The CIA want him to stay there, 6’ under and minus his head that they’ll display to the world, proving the Communists’ favorite revolutionary is dead history.Meanwhile, South Africa isMoreIt’s 1964 and Che Guevara is fomenting rebellion in the Congo. The CIA want him to stay there, 6’ under and minus his head that they’ll display to the world, proving the Communists’ favorite revolutionary is dead history.Meanwhile, South Africa is desperate to exile Nelson Mandela, then just starting a life term on Robben Island and uniting the world against the racist apartheid regime.How to achieve both these aims covertly and deniably?

The answer – use mercenaries.Led by CIA-blackmailed American, Oregon O’Connor, the Sowti Squad is born. Tasked to assassinate Guevara, and to spring and exile Mandela, the Sowtis endure brutal selection before arriving in the Congo on Guevaras trail.Thrown into the cauldron of torture, mutilation and cannibalism that was the savagery of Congo mercenary warfare, the Sowtis battle Simba rebels, the Cuban Brigade and the Bofetada – Che’s protection squad – before capturing Che at 06.32am on 12 November 1965.Springing Mandela from Robben Island turns from simplicity to complexity and soon the Sowtis are fighting for their lives again.Betrayed by cynical employers, the Sowtis learn that no one loves the mercenaries, except their mates.Foreign mercenaries, treated as prostitutes, are bought, used, abused and discarded.

While their masters think them anonymous and expendable, Oregon O’Connor and his Sowti Squad do not agree. They want money and they want to live to spend it. After all, what’s the point of being the richest corpse in the mortuary?REVIEW by “SOLDIER”, the magazine of the British Army.“From bloody and brutal selection to the raw savagery of mercenary warfare, the Sowtis battle vicious enemies and cynical employers. You’ll wonder if this page-turner is fact or fiction.”REVIEW by member of the buying public“F......brilliant”



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